Browse Online Colleges and On-Campus Colleges

Online degrees and course have done a lot to expand access to college education in recent years. With time and distance flexibility and an often-cheaper edge over the traditional education route, many student can enjoy the perks of relying on digital interaction platforms to conduct something as significant as a college degree plan.

But even with their perks, online schools may not be the best option for certain students. If you prefer the brick-and-mortar classroom environment, or if you've got your heart set on a school without an online program because you prefer face-to-face interactions, or you have a schedule that permits a more traditional class structure, then a campus-based school with in-person classes might be the right choice for you.

Check out the online and on-campus options for the U.S. states below, and check out our online schools in Canada page for more info on attending college up north.

Online Schools by State


Benefits of Online Colleges

Earning at least a bachelor's degree increases your median weekly earnings.
  • Taking courses or earning a degree online is a great way to access quality education programs from across the country without leaving your living room.
  • Online programs are often cheaper than traditional on-campus classes and have the additional benefit of being quite flexible.
  • Many online classes will allow you to review course materials at any time of day instead of having a set class time. Busy professionals may find it to be a great option!
  • Have your heart set on being in a brick-and-mortar classroom? Just prefer face-to-face interactions? Then consider carefully whether a campus-based program would be a better choice for you.
  • Want the best of both worlds? You may be able to take a mix of in-person and online classes.